Camp socialiste no 1 (Montréal), by David Turgeon, is a modular composition for prepared CDs. Performed in solo as well as in groups of 2 to 5 participants, it is the founding project of the Ensemble Camp, a band devoted exclusively to the composition and performance of works for prepared CDs. Invited by the Résonances festival, held annually in Saint-Nazaire (France), David Turgeon composed in situ a companion piece: Camp socialiste no 2 (Saint-Nazaire). In concert at the Chapelle des Franciscains, on May 23, 2004, Ensemble Camp (David Turgeon and A_dontigny with guests Érick D'Orion, Christophe Havard, and Hugues Germain) presented the two works of the Camp socialiste cycle, in addition to another premiere by Turgeon, Évocation de la jeune artiste en déesse des apparences, inspired by R Murray Schaffer's string quartets.
1. Camp socialiste no 1 (Montréal) [David Turgeon]
2. Camp socialiste no 2 (Saint-Nazaire) [David Turgeon]
3. Évocation de la jeune artiste en déesse des apparences [David Turgeon]